In The Footsteps Of The Chachapoya Warriors: Journey To Karajia
A journey to Peru by Guillermo Alarcon
16 Apr 2013
THE THIRD EYE presents this new series with MEXICAN SPIRIT, TRAVELLER and WRITER GUILLERMO ALARCON
Visiting the funerary sarcophagus of the mysterious Chachapoyas culture living in the eyebrow of the Amazonian jungle of Peru, the expedition took us across the sacred valley of the Chachapoyas into one of their most holy centers where they mummified their dead and placed them on coffins that resembled that of the Easter island head statues.
The expedition also took us into the Underworld, the sacred cave of Quiocta, where I saw dozens of bones laying across the entire cave system.
An impressive and mysterious experience…
Photography and text by Guillermo Alarcon
Born in Mexico, Guillermo Alarcon moved to San Francisco at an early age. With a long-standing interest in psychedelic culture and shamanism, Guillermo has travelled to over 74 countries “looking for evidence of a lost Lemurian Civilization”, as he says. Guillermo has been investigating the world’s most mysterious places, seeking to decode scriptures of humanity’s ancient past and explore the potentiality of akashic records. Guillermo published his first book A Backpackers Guide to Ancient and Mystical Sites from around the world, a spiritual guide to some of the most unknown enigmatic mystical sites from around the world. He then wrote Lemurian Awakening – Accessing your sacred circuitry, an “intergalactic manual to understand the Akashik record downloads originating from Cygnux X -3 Star System, accelerating evolution on planet Earth, revolutionizing humanity into a posthuman society, becoming “Transhuman” merging with technology into simulated realities, achieving digital immortality, as we approach the technological singularity“, as he puts it.
Currently Guillermo is working on his latest book El Mirador – Tales of Interdimensional Travel, an odyssey into the world’s biggest pyramid in the jungles of Guatemala, exploring the mysteries of the Mayan mainframe computer system.
Guillermo is also founder of the Lemurian Embassy Retreat, a visionary self-sustainable community located in the sacred Maya land in Mexico. Check it out here.